"Delays in background checks are at the root of the inaction, but the
problem goes beyond that. Immigration advocates in the South are trying
to stop the deportation of dozens of people who spoke out against abuses
like dangerous working conditions, unlawful arrests, unpaid wages,
racial profiling and retaliation against those trying to organize.
Instead of protecting them, the administration is trying to expel them.
The fate of these immigrants, known as the Southern 32, will test whether the discretion policy is worth the paper it’s written on." - New York Times Editorial, June 8, 2012.